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L.A. Kings coach Daryl Sutter took the cup up to his familys farm in Viking AlbertaThe cup played a part in a few other ALS Ice Bucket challenges this summerThe Stanley Cup made for a good golf partner, as well as a decent albeit over-sized markerJeff Schultz got dressed up for his poolside date with the cupRobyn Regehr took the cup for a little top down cruise in his Ferrari Harry Carson Giants Jersey . "I just think what it does for everybody in life is real simple," said Babcock early on Friday afternoon. "You dont give in. You just keep on keeping on. Is it going to go your way every time? No. But you choose your attitude and how you perform and how hard you dig in." Nearly four years to the day of the 2010 gold medal match in Vancouver, his team dug in with its best effort of these Olympics, snuffing out the high-powered Americans for another opportunity at gold. Phil Simms Giants Jersey .Cameron sustained his third concussion in three seasons last week on a hit by Oakland safety Brandion Ross, who was fined $22,050 by the NFL for the helmet-to-helmet blow. http://www.giantsonlineteamshop.com/phil...cheap.html . -- Kenneth Faried made a turnaround hook shot over Draymond Green with a half-second remaining, and the Denver Nuggets made Golden State wait at least one more game to secure a playoff berth with a stunning 100-99 win over the Warriors on Thursday night. Doug Kotar Giants Jersey . The appointment of Boullier continues the behind-the-scenes restructuring at McLaren, who recently brought back former team principal Ron Dennis as its new chief executive. Mark Bavaro Giants Jersey . Anderson is scheduled to have neck surgery April 8 to repair the injury, which occurred when he collided with the Celtics Gerald Wallace during a game in Boston on Jan. 3. The 6-foot-10 Pelicans forward, who had been averaging 19.Morgan Rielly knew he would be playing back home at some point this season, but as a 19-year-old defenceman it was much more likely he would be doing it for his WHL club in Moose Jaw. Instead, Rielly is returning with his NHL team as the Leafs head to Vancouver to take on the Canucks Saturrday night on TSN 1050.dddddddddddd Rielly talked about his return, the ups and downs of playing in the NHL as a teenager and the positive impact Dion Phaneuf has had on him in his rookie season Friday afternoon on Leafs Lunch. Morgan Rielly on return home, Phaneufs help ' ' '


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The November Nine return to the Penn & Teller Theater inside the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino for the 2014 World Series of Poker main table final event. Watch all the action LIVE NOW on TSN.ca and TSN GO. The nine players will battle this evening until two or three are left standing to play for the $10 million top prize and coveted gold bracelet Tuesday night. The third-place finisher and runner-up will take home $3,806,402 and $5,145,968, respectively. None of the nine players have won a World Series of Poker main event title and only one has made it this far before. The players beat out nearly 6,700 other players who paid $10,000 each to enter the World Series last June and July. Anton Khudobin Stars Jersey . -- Pinch-runner Rajai Daviss decision to steal third base just as Oakland catcher Derek Norris was throwing the ball back to the pitcher caught most everyone by surprise -- including several of his Detroit teammates. Brett Hull Jersey . 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The Knicks are two games behind the Atlanta Hawks for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference race.LOS ANGELES -- Only final arguments and a ruling remain in the trial to determine whether Donald Sterlings estranged wife can sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion. Lawyers for Sterling plan to argue Monday that Shelly Sterling had no right to make the deal with Ballmer, even though Donald Sterling had given her written authority to pursue a sale. The attorneys also say she tricked Donald Sterling into taking mental exams that found he had signs of the onset of Alzheimers disease. That finding was sufficient for Sterling to be removed as a trustee of the Sterling Family Trust and to allow Shelly Sterling to move forward with the sale of the team. Later in the process, however, Donald Sterling tried to stop the sale by dissolving the trust. Lawyers for Shelley Sterling urged the judge to allow the sale to go forward so a contract can be in place before NBA owners meet on Aug. 15. Lawyers spent the better part of a month questioning witnesses at the trial, and on Monday will try to persuade a judge to agree with their respective positions. Shelly Sterlings lawyers along with an attorney for Ballmer filed a voluminous legal brief citing case law that they say proves that Donald Sterling did not have the right to dissolve the trust that owned the Clippers. They urged the judge to allow the sale to occur and reject any delay if appeals are filed. "The trust has a golden bird in the hand," the brief said. "A sale of the Clippers for $2 billion is indisputably a bonanza for the Sterling family. Donalds strident opposition is motivated by only selfish considerations. This court has the power to make this precedent-setting sale happen." The 49-page document notes that if the sale is ordered,, it also could be delayed by numerous legal provisions in the probate code allowing review of the ruling.dddddddddddd The lawyers urged Superior Court Judge Michael Levanas to streamline the procedure. They cited 80-year-old Sterlings vow on the witness stand to continue suing the NBA for the rest of his life and noted his threat to seek an injunction to stop the sale if the judge rules against him. Donald Sterling was removed as a trustee after his wife had him examined by two doctors who found he lacked the mental capacity to handle his own business affairs. His lawyers filed a 70-page brief that focused heavily on that point. They said the doctors were hand-picked by lawyers for Shelly Sterling and did not do adequate exams. Donald Sterling maintained he didnt know his competency as a trustee was being evaluated. His lawyers said in their brief that he appeared alert and able to express himself during his testimony and showed no signs of being incompetent. Still, Sterling spent much of his time on the witness stand shouting at attorneys for both sides, expressing his outrage at the NBA and its commissioner for trying to oust him from the league over racist recordings. At one point he called Shelly Sterling a "pig" as she left the witness stand. Donald Sterling has filed another lawsuit in state court against Shelly Sterling, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and the league. Shelly Sterlings potentially record-breaking deal with Ballmer was struck after Donald Sterlings racist remarks to a girlfriend were recorded and publicized. The NBA moved to oust him as team owner, fined him $2.5 million and banned him for life. Shelly Sterling went to probate court to ensure that the sale she negotiated with Ballmer would go through. ' ' '


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TAMPA, Fla. -- Frans Nielsen scored the only shootout goal and assisted on a second-period score by Thomas Vanek in a 2-1 victory for the New York Islanders against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night. Nielsen snapped a wrist shot between the pads of Ben Bishop moments after Valtteri Filppula rang a shot off the post to the right of Islanders goalie Kevin Poulin at the other end. The Islanders had a seven-game road winning streak snapped Tuesday at Florida. Tampa Bays Martin St. Louis beat Poulin from the right circle to open the scoring on a power play 5:45 into the game, capitalizing on a penalty-killing unit ranked last in the league. The Islanders threatened to tie it while playing short-handed with six minutes left in the second period. Casey Cizikas broke in on Bishop, but Teddy Purcell interfered from behind. Vanek pulled New York even on a power play at 18:22 of the second, taking a pass in the low slot from Nielsen and lifting it over a fallen Bishop. Defenceman Victor Hedman, playing in his 300th NHL game, nearly restored Tampa Bays advantage with a backhander that hit the left post midway through the third period. Both goalies finished with 29 saves. NOTES: St. Louis has scored points in six consecutive games (four goals and three assists). His next point will pull him even with Hall of Famer Larry Robinson at No. 87 on the NHL career list with 958. . Tampa Bay C Steven Stamkos participated in a full morning skate for the first time since breaking his right shinbone Nov. 11 at Boston. . Lightning D Sami Salo returned after missing two games with a lower-body injury. . Islanders D Radek Martinek played after missing 22 games with back spasms. . New York D Travis Hamonic was sent back home for an evaluation on an upper-body injury. LaDainian Tomlinson Youth Jersey . 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Brassard, an Olympic champion and two-time world champion, collected his 20 World Cup victories over 11 years on the circuit. At just 21 years old, Kingsbury has the potential to eclipse his hero outside of the World Cup circuit as well. He already has a world title and an Olympic silver medal to his name. "Its an amazing feeling jut to be the best Canadian at 21 years old and the best for me is yet to come, Kingsbury said. Kingsburys gold highlighted another dominating overall performance for Canadas mogul skiers. Kingsbury beat teammate and rival Alex Bilodeau of Rosemere, Que., in the final. Bilodeaus silver gave him a 47th World Cup medal, tying Brassards record. And in the womens dual moguls, Olympic champion Justine Dufour-Lapointe of Montreal finished second, with sister Chloe taking the bronze. Maxime Dufour-Lapointe, the oldest of the three skiing sisters, finished fourth after loosing to Chloe in the small final.dddddddddddd American Hannah Kearney beat Justine Dufour-Lapointe in the final to take gold. Kearney leads Dufour-Lapointe by just five points in the overall standings heading into next weeks season finale in La Plagne, France. "Its kind of the best thing an athlete can have," Dufour-Lapointe said of her rivalry with Kearney. "It pulls you out to a next level that sometimes you dont think you can go to." Dufour-Lapointe said she felt nerves in qualifying, but put those behind her as the day progressed. "After the first (run) I felt way better and was able to charge myself and go a bit faster," she said. "I think that was my best dual against Hannah." Chloe Dufour-Lapointe goes into the final event in third place, 304 points behind Justine. She said shes not going to think about her overall ranking heading into La Plagne. "I just go for it, and I want to win the competition," she said. "Im not going to come for the points Im just going to go for the win." The mens standings also come down to the final event, with Kingsbury leading Bliodeau by 31 points in the battle for the Crystal Globe. "I know what to do to get it," Kingsbury said. "This is mine. I want it so bad its crazy." American Bradley Wilson defeated the Russian Alexandr Smyshlyaev in the mens small final to win bronze. Canadians Simon Pouliot-Cavanagh and Simon Lemieux were both beaten in the quarter-finals, while Philippe Marquis, Pascal-Olivier Gagne and Marc-Antoine Gagnon were eliminated in earlier rounds. In the womens event, Audrey Robichaud was eliminated in the fourth round while Christel Hamel finished 17th. ' ' '


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SALT LAKE CITY -- A Utah ape that has correctly picked the Super Bowl winner for six straight years is predicting the Seattle Seahawks will be the next NFL champion. Erica Hansen of Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City says Eli the ape ran into an enclosure Thursday and swiftly knocked down a papier-mache helmet bearing the Seahawks logo, signalling his pick. She says there was no hesitation. That could mean bad news for Denver Broncos fans. The 13-year-old primate hasnt been wrong since 2006. Last year, Eli charged out and knocked over a papier-mache goal post decorated with the Ravens logo. Sure enough, Baltimore beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31. Taven Bryan Youth Jersey . That Ginette Reno can sing. Quincy Williams II Jaguars Jersey . Felix Pie had an RBI double earlier in the inning, as Baltimore rallied for three runs to overcome a 3-2 deficit. J.J. 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He had a lot to prove but he wasnt fully ready to prove it, not like he is now. He was still a young man. A year later, DeRozan finds himself in a similar setting - looking to end the Raptors playoff drought and reach the postseason for the first time in his professional career - but as training camp winds down and the regular season approaches, he appears to be a noticeably changed man. Now, hes a young adult. Fresh off the most eventful year of his life, the 24-year-old says he feels a lot older than his age suggests. The day after opening night will mark the one-year anniversary since DeRozan signed a $38 million extension keeping him in Toronto through the 2016-17 season. Since inking his new contact he put up career numbers playing in all 82 games last year, he participated in Team USAs minicamp this summer and more personally, he became a father. As he notes, he has grown up off the court just as much as he has on it. "I see a lot of film and a lot of pictures from my rookie year, my second year, my third year," DeRozan said in an interview with TSN.ca after a weekend practice in the Raptors gym. "You [can] just see how much Ive grown personality-wise [and] as a basketball player, especially now as a father, having a daughter and having [those] responsibilities to take care of. So its definitely [been] a major growth year." On May 12, DeRozan and his fiancee, Kiara, became first-time parents to daughter Diar; a day that forever changed his life, a day thats largely responsible for his transformation. "I cant even tell you in words, to explain it," he said, struggling to articulate how he felt in that moment. "It just put life all together for me and helped me understand the important things in life. Its definitely big, it means the world to me and theres not a word I can find to sum up the feeling." "It changes you most definitely for the better, it helps you become more of a man." Entering his fifth season, DeRozans growth has not gone unnoticed in training camp. As his coach and teammates have pointed out, that sense of responsibility and maturity has transcended his personal life and carried over on the basketball court where he seems poised to take his game to the next level. "Hes growing up," Rudy Gay has noticed of DeRozan. "Hes a father now, he has a family he has to provide for. Its the little things, not little things to him, but those little things on the outside make him seem more grown up, and he is. Hes spending more time in the gym, other than being with his kid. Hes really hungry and everybody around here sees it." "DeMar has grown," coach Dwane Casey echoed. "Hes grown as a person, as a young man, as an NBA player. Hes doing things now just instinctively where my first year, two years ago it was more teaching and talking to him about those situations where now theyre natural. So thats a sign of growth, thats a sign of maturity and he has really, really grown as a basketball player and most of all as a young man, which is great to see." Praised repeatedly throughout his time in Toronto for his unrelenting work ethic, DeRozan continued to refine his game this summer. When he wasnt changing diapers you could find him in the gym hoisting three-pointers - he would shoot until he made at least 300 per session - or perfecting an array of post moves he has displayed to perfection in the preseason. The fruits of his labour, for now, have resulted in a number of dominant moments during the exhibition season. Building off of last years improvement in the post, DeRozan has impressed with his footwork and creativity around the basket, getting to the rim and to the line with ease. He has handled the ball witth confidence, passed out of double teams and shown improvement on defence.dddddddddddd "Its beautiful because he is such a wonderful young man," Casey said of DeRozans evolution on the court. "Hes paid his dues, hes paid the price, hes put [in] his time in the gym. Hes done it himself. Every phase of the game hes worked on in the summer." To take the next step as an NBA player, DeRozan knows he has to put everything hes worked on together, staying consistent and efficient on both ends. While many professional athletes are motivated by money and the prospect of making more of it - something he already has covered, at least for the next four seasons - DeRozan is fuelled by his appetite to win and the fact that through four NBA seasons, he hasnt tasted much success. "[Making the playoffs] would completely mean everything," said DeRozan, now the longest tenured Raptors player (he and Amir Johnson are both entering their fifth year with the team). "Thats my biggest goal, just get us back there and get us back to winning and just get that joyful feeling again from the fans." Losing hasnt been easy on DeRozan, a born competitor, and hes done a lot of it since the Raptors selected him out of USC with the ninth pick in the 2009 draft. The team narrowly missed the postseason in DeRozans rookie season, going 40-42 before Chris Bosh bolted to Miami. Over the next three years Toronto had a combined record of 79-151. It hasnt been easy but its been a learning experience for DeRozan, an experience thats allowed him to play through mistakes and another contributing factor to the growth process. "When you go through rough times it helps you grow that much more and understand what you have to do to get better and help your team get better," he reflected. "Going through four tough years really helped me grow in every aspect. [Im] more of a leader, more of a man, more of an athlete." Leadership has been the biggest adjustment for DeRozan. A self-proclaimed recluse, he is reserved and mild mannered as a person but, with time, is becoming a more vocal player. "Hes still young," Gay pointed out. "I dont think people realize how young he is. You cant really expect him to know all the things there is. Hes played a lot of basketball but its a different kind of feel when youre playing winning basketball, and [its] not his fault at all, but now we have a team that can win and I think that everybody thats here that has won hes listening to and hes figuring out how to do it himself." "Everybody goes through it, Ive been through it so I can relate to him a lot," Gay continued, having also missed the playoffs in his first four seasons before reaching the postseason with Memphis in his fifth year. "Yeah, I can see hes hungry, hes talked about it a lot during the summer with me and I think we all are." DeRozan has experienced more in the last 12 months than most do in a single year. Hes come a long way since being drafted as a 19-year-old and playing his first game a couple months after his 20th birthday. Hes gone through things, both good and bad, that have forced him to mature faster than most people his age. Sometimes its easy to forget that hes only and just barely-turned 24. "Thats the thing about the NBA, you want players to dominate right now but when guys are young coming into the league its virtually [impossible]," Casey said. "I havent seen it happen yet and Ive been in [the league] now 21, 22 years. Any time a player comes in there is a growth process and you want it to happen yesterday but it takes time." "DeMar is right on schedule. Its time for him to do that, to grow and to be the player he was drafted to be. In some players the light doesnt come on and youll know that after the four-year period, or five-year period, but with him the light is on and theres someone in the house and hes ready to roll. Nows the time for him." ' ' '


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Luis Suarez scored a hat-trick at Granada as Barcelona win the La Liga title for the second successive season. The Uruguayan took his final tally to 40 goals in La Liga and 59 in all competitions, and he is likely to finish top scorer in Europe when other domestic leagues finish on Sunday.All three of Suarezs finishes were laid on a plate by his team-mates, the first after Jordi Albas cross across the face of goal. 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Now FCS playoff teams are really anxious to take the field for a spin. Last years expansion of the FCS playoffs to 24 teams plenty of interesting results, even if the championship game ended the same way as the previous two seasons, with North Dakota State capturing a third straight national titles. Not only did the field change from 16 teams playing in the first round with eight receiving byes to the second round, instead of the funky 20-team setup with eight playing in the first round and 12 on byes, but the results validated the need for a larger playoff system. Teams in the first round mattered. Among those teams, New Hampshire went on to win three games and reach the national semifinals, while Coastal Carolina and Jacksonville State both won two games each, knocking off seeded teams on the road in the second round on their way to the quarterfinals. In fact, road teams went an impressive 9-13 in the postseason before the action shifted to Frisco, Texas, for the championship game. All eight of Saturdays first-round games involve at least one nationally ranked team. and there are four games involving a pair of Top 25 teams. There are quality teams galore. Let the postseason party begin. FCS PREDICTIONS Last Weeks Record: 40-19 (.678) This Seasons Record: 627-186 (.771) X-Predicted Winner Saturday, Nov. 29 All Times ET FCS Playoff First Round Sacred Heart (9-2) at Fordham (10-2) Kickoff: noon (ESPN3) What to Know: If this matchup looks familiar, its because these teams met in the first round of last years playoffs, with Fordham winning the first-ever meeting at home, 37-27. Both teams are back with many of the same veteran standouts. Fordham quarterback Mike Nebrich passed for 413 yards and three touchdowns in last years meeting, and Sacred Heart will be hard-pressed to stop a similar Rams passing game. Brian Wetzel (1,047), Tebucky Jones Jr. (999 yards) and Sam Ajala (953) are primed to give the Patriot League champions three 1,000-yard wide receivers for the second straight season. Nebrich and freshman running back Chase Edmonds (1,539 yards and 21 touchdowns on the ground) appear to be back to 100 percent after they were eased up late in the regular season. The Rams 42.2-point average is tied for third-best the FCS. Their defense surrenders 21.6 points per game, but that number is inflated by losses to their two toughest opponents, Villanova and Army. Otherwise, its 16.7. Defensive end Brett Biestek (18 tackles for loss, 11.5 sacks) and cornerback Ian Williams (two interceptions, 11 pass breakups) are their defensive playmakers. Sacred Heart, which won the Northeast Conference title for the second consecutive season, is coming off a bye with the chance to heal up heading into the postseason. The Pioneers surrender only 2.4 yards per carry and have a star in each defensive unit with defensive tackle Troy Moore, outside linebacker James Rentz and safety J.D. Roussel. Running back Keshaudas Spence slumped down the stretch, which brought the speedier Sean Bell more into the picture. So much depends on quarterback RJ Noel (21 touchdowns but 13 interceptions) being mistake-free. He has terrific chemistry with wide receiver Tyler Dube (72 receptions, 14 touchdowns). The winner will face top-seeded New Hampshire on Dec. 6. Prediction: Sacred Heart needs to establish the run game and keep Nebrich and Co. on the sideline. The Rams simply have too much offense. Fordham, 35-24. Indiana State (7-5) at Eastern Kentucky (9-3) Kickoff: 1 p.m. (ESPN3) What to Know: The visiting Sycamores are in the FCS playoffs for the third time, and the first time since 1984. Meanwhile, Eastern Kentucky, a two-time national champion, is making its 21st playoff appearance - which trails only Montana (23). But history wont matter to the Sycamores, who are a tested team out of the powerful Missouri Valley Football Conference, having played seven nationally ranked FCS teams - with wins over playoff qualifiers Liberty and Northern Iowa - after earning an early season win at FBS member Ball State. Indiana State, which has turned around its fortunes from a 1-11 finish a year ago, stakes its hopes to three-year starting quarterback Mike Perish, who often faces pressure but limits the errors (eight interceptions in 444 pass attempts). Ohio Valley Conference teams arent generally known for their defense, so the Sycamores hope to get better results out of a struggling run game. The Sycamores have a stud on defense in Connor Underwood, who has 21.5 tackles for loss, 12 sacks and three forced fumbles. He will set his sights on stopping the run as much as the pass because EKU ranks 16th nationally in rushing yards per game (229.4). Kentucky transfer DyShawn Mobley (1,395 yards, 19 touchdowns), the OVC offensive player of the year, has led the way. The Colonels utilize two quarterbacks, Jared McClain and Bennie Coney, but they have combined for more interceptions (16) than touchdown passes (12). Like Indiana State, EKU has a win over an FBS opponent, Miami of Ohio. What coach Dean Hoods squad has done is make strong adjustments at halftime because it has outscored the opposition 117-33 in the third quarter. The winner will head to No. 8 seed Chattanooga on Dec. 6. Prediction: Indiana State is the more tested team, but in one of the tightest matchups of the first round, the Colonels gain a little from being home. Eastern Kentucky, 31-28. Morgan State (7-5) at Richmond (8-4) Kickoff: 1 p.m. (ESPN3) What to Know: History favors the host team in this matchup even more than Indiana State-Eastern Kentucky. Morgan State, under rookie coach Lee Hull, is appearing in the playoffs for the first time after emerging from a five-way tie for the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference title. Plus, no MEAC team has won a postseason game since 1999. During the MEACs lengthy drought, Richmond pocketed the 2008 national title and CAA Football teams have dominated in the postseason. Morgan State tested itself on the road this season and features running back Herb Walker Jr. (1,288 yards, 13 touchdowns) in heavy doses. But he was much better in the first half of the season, so the Bears need quarterbacks Robert Council and Moses Skillon, who both run the ball, to be exceptional. The Bears are strong against the pass and need pass rusher Chris Robinson (14 sacks) to get to Richmond QB Michael Strauss because their secondary could be under fire. Actually, Richmond might switch it up a bit because Morgan State allowed 206.4 rushing yards per game in the regular season - second-worst in the MEAC. The Spiders have two tough running backs in Seth Fisher and Jacobi Green despite their offense preferring to let Strauss air it out to wide receivers Reggie Diggs, Brian Brown and Rashad Ponder, who have combined on 190 receptions. Richmonds defense is senior-laden. Linebacker Eric Wright is the leading tackler after finishing second on the team for two straight seasons. The winner advances to the second round at No. 7 seed Coastal Carolina on Dec. 6. Prediction: After finishing just short of the playoffs a number of times at Liberty and Richmond, Spiders coach Danny Rocco will enjoy his postseason debut. Richmond, 28-16. Southeastern Louisiana (9-3) at Sam Houston State (8-4) Kickoff: 2 p.m. (ESPN3) What to Know: Intraconference matchups usually dont happen in the first round, but Southland Conference co-champions Sam Houston State and Southeastern Louisiana didnt meet in the regular season, so the NCAA selection committee has made it happen in a dandy choice. In fact, the two teams met in the second round of the playoffs a year ago, with Southeastern prevailing at home, 30-29, on a last-minute touchdown. Southeastern entered the season ranked third and has been trying to get back to an elite level since back-to-back losses in mid-September. All three of the Lions losses have come on the road. Theres no denying what the Lions want to do - put the ball in the hands of quarterback Bryan Bennett and let him make plays. Hes been a little more dangerous as a runner (655 yards, 13 TDs) as hes completed only 52.3 percent of his passes in a senior season that hasnt matched his exploits of a year ago. Sam Houston is strongg against the run and Bennett will have to contend with defensive end P.ddddddddddddJ. Hall, only a freshman but a future All-American. Southeastern linebacker Isiah Corbett didnt finish the season with a flourish, but hes the headliner on an experienced defense. Sam Houston will go right at the Lions with their speed, especially senior running back Keshawn Hill, who is coming off a 242-yard, two-touchdown effort against Central Arkansas, and dual- threat signal caller Jared Johnson, who is terrific in the open field. Bearkats first-year coach K.C. Keeler knows all about the playoffs, having won the 2003 national title and appearing in two other finals at Delaware. The survivor of this matchup will play in the second round at No. 3 seed Jacksonville State on Dec. 6. Prediction: Sam Houston has won 26 of its last 27 games at Bowers Stadium. Oh, is this a rugged assignment for the Lions, but they will get it done. Southeastern Louisiana, 28-24. San Diego (9-2) at Montana (8-4) Kickoff: 4 p.m. (ESPN3) What to Know: San Diego, from the non-scholarship Pioneer Football League, has nothing to lose in its first-ever FCS playoff game. Few people outside the Toreros program probably expect them to win at national power Montana, which is appearing in the playoffs for a record 23rd season. Last years first PFL playoff team (Butler) was shut out at home. Plus, in an ominous barometer, USD just had an eight-game winning streak snapped at home by another Big Sky team, Cal Poly, 34-3. Like Cal Poly, Montana will look to run the ball on the Toreros. Workhorse Jordan Canada (1,011 yards, nine TDs) has raised his play recently and combines with the speedy San Diego native Travon Van in a nice 1-2 combination (Van also lines up at wide receiver). Fifth-year quarterback Jordan Johnson, though recently hobbled by an ankle injury, is used to playing in the big games, and he will work behind an offensive line that will be bigger and likely better than USDs defensive line. The Grizzlies plus-16 turnover margin leads the FCS. On defense, Montana will unleash pass rushers Zach Wagenmann (13.5 sacks) and Tyrone Holmes (6.5 sacks) on Toreros quarterback Keith Williams, who will try to seek safe throws to wideouts Brandon White and Reggie Bell. Running back Jonah Hodges (1,194 yards) has emerged as USDs all-purpose threat and he will need to eat up yards in different ways to keep the Toreros in the game. When they get to the red zone, they have scoring on 90.2 percent of their opportunities. The winner will head to the red turf at No. 4 seed Eastern Washington for a second-round game on Dec. 6. Prediction: San Diego won the only previous at home in 1958. But the Toreros wont find it sunny and 75 in Missoula. Snow is in the forecast. Montana, 37-7. Liberty (8-4) at James Madison (9-3) Kickoff: 4 p.m. (ESPN3) What to Know: The Interstate 81 Showdown is much anticipated in Virginia. JMU is one of the CAA schools with a national title (2004), while Big South co- champion Liberty is appearing in the playoffs for the first time, powering into the postseason by handing previously unbeaten Coastal Carolina its first loss last Saturday. JMU holds a 12-5 series lead, including a 27-24 win in their most recent meeting at Liberty in 2011. Liberty must slow down JMU dual-threat quarterback Vad Lee, which is easier said than done. Defensive tackle Chima Uzowihe was the one who blocked a game- ending field goal attempt to lift the Flames over Coastal Carolina, and hes been getting it done up front all season, giving safety Jacob Hagen (a national-high eight interceptions) the ability to dominate on the back end. Freshman quarterback Stephon Masha has stepped in for star quarterback Josh Woodrum (leg infection) the last two games and is coming off a strong outing against Coastal. Still, the Flames will want running back D.J. Abnar and wide receiver Darrin Peterson to do the heavy lifting. They have combined on 25 touchdowns. Lee has been this years most-accomplished FBS transfer in the FCS. The former two-year starter at Georgia Tech ranks fifth in the FCS in passing yards (3,323) and fourth in total offense (341 ypg). Hes guided rookie coach Everett Withers squad to a seven-game winning streak heading into the playoffs. The Dukes defense isnt as strong as past seasons, but there are terrific individual pieces led by safety Dean Marlowe and defensive end/linebacker Sage Harold. The Dukes give up points - 29.3 per game - so they rely on their ability to score in bunches. The winner is off to a second-round matchup at No. 6 seed Villanova on Dec. 6. Prediction: Liberty needs Woodrum back in the saddle or the quarterback matchup is decisive. James Madison, 28-21. South Dakota State (8-4) at Montana State (8-4) Kickoff: 4 p.m. (ESPN3) What to Know: To return to the playoffs for a third straight season, South Dakota State - 5-4 at one point - had to rally with three Missouri Valley Conference wins to end the regular season. Montana State held on as the Big Skys third representative after getting pounded by rival Montana, 34-7, last Saturday. Still, its a highlight game for the first round. Explosive plays are expected. The visiting Jackrabbits feature sensational running back Zach Zenner, who ranks fourth in FCS history in career rushing yards (6,163) and career all- purpose yards (7,751). But the entire offense has found a higher level with the recent return of quarterback Austin Sumner from an early season injury, and few wide receivers have been hotter than freshman Jake Wieneke, who has 1,318 receiving yards and 15 touchdown receptions this season, including 508 yards and six TDs over the last three games. After missing the playoffs last season, Montana State is back in the field for the fourth time in five seasons and has a senior-led squad. But the key for the Bobcats is having redshirt sophomore Dakota Prukop (17 passing TDs, 13 rushing) back from an ankle injury that has sidelined him in two straight games. His ability to roll out and take off with the ball sets up the pass. Jake Bleskin is ready to go if Prukop remains slowed by the injury. SDSUs defense features linebacker T.J. Lally. The Bobcats have a standout of their own in Alex Singleton, but their defense has been inconsistent. The winner of this potential high-scoring matchup will have a second-round clash at No. 2 seed North Dakota State, the three-time reigning FCS champion, on Dec. 6. Prediction: Zenner off right tackle, Zenner off left tackle ... yes, a rainy/snowy forecast calls for a lot of Zenner. South Dakota State, 28-24. Stephen F. Austin (8-4) at Northern Iowa (8-4) Kickoff: 8 p.m. (ESPN3) What to Know: Look who is lurking in the first round: A pair of opponents who both posted wins over teams who were ranked in the Top 10 at that time - SFA against Southland rivals Southeastern Louisiana and McNeese State, and UNI against Missouri Valley foes Illinois State and North Dakota State. UNI comes from the tougher conference and has more momentum with a five-game streak. During that time, All-American running back David Johnson has been soaring, including a career-high 205 rushing yards against Missouri State last Saturday. Plus, the Panthers have changed their look with mobile QB Brion Carnes having taken over the offense. Defensively, the Panthers gobble up sacks (47) like theyre Thanksgiving turkey. Brett McMakin, Xavier Williams and Isaac Ales each has at least eight sacks. Thats going to put pressure on Stephen F. Austin quarterback Zach Conque. Fortunately for the Lumberjacks, the son of coach Clint Conque is big and mobile, and hes really raised his play in the second half of the season. That makes senior running back Gus Johnson (1,601 rushing yards, 22 total TDs) even more effective - not that he needs it. Opponents are averaging 405.1 yards and 27.2 points per game against SFA. That might be a difference maker in this matchup. If not, UNI has one in place- kicker Michael Schmadeke, who is 24-for-26 on field goals, making every attempt within 48 yards. The winner will advance to a second-round game at No. 5 seed Illinois State on Dec. 6. Prediction: Johnson versus Johnson is a great matchup of running backs. UNI just has too many advantages elsewhere. Northern Iowa, 33-21. ' ' '


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When it came to sport, Nelson Mandela had the ability to inspire even inspirational figures and leave global stars completely star-struck. The anti-apartheid leader, former South African president and Nobel Peace Prize winner died on Thursday at the age of 95, prompting a vast outpouring of tributes from the worlds best-known athletes and top sporting bodies. Muhammad Ali, himself a role model for so many, said Mandela inspired others to "reach for what appeared to be impossible." "What I will remember most about Mr. Mandela is that he was a man whose heart, soul and spirit could not be contained or restrained by racial and economic injustices, metal bars or the burden of hate and revenge," Ali said in a statement through his foundation. Pele wrote, "He was my hero, my friend." Tiger Woods called his meeting with Mandela in 1998 "inspiring times." "Its sad for everyone who got a chance to not only meet him, but Ive been influenced by him," Woods said. Usain Bolt posted on Twitter: "One of the greatest human beings ever." The NBAs LeBron James said: "In his 95 years, he was able to do unbelievable things not only for South Africa but for the whole world." As much as sportsmen and women loved Mandela, he in turn loved sport and appreciated its enormous potential to do good. Nowhere more than in his own country, where he famously used the 1995 Rugby World Cup to knock down the last barriers of apartheid. "A remarkable man who understood that sport could build bridges, break down walls, and reveal our common humanity," International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said in a statement to The Associated Press. The IOC would fly the Olympic flag at half-staff for three days for Mandela, he said. Bach later choked up while speaking about when he met Mandela in 1996 and asked the former political prisoner if he felt hatred toward the apartheid regime that imprisoned him for 27 years. "His immediate response was no but he saw the doubt in my eyes," Bach said on Friday. "You dont believe me? he asked. I can tell you why. If I hate I would not be a free man anymore." Bach wasnt the only one to show his emotions. Gary Player paused while speaking at a golf tournament in South Africa to compose himself and wipe away tears. "When you think of a man going to jail for all those years for doing the right thing, not the wrong thing, its hard to comprehend that a man can come out and be like that," Player said. "He was an exceptional man, just exceptional." FIFA president Sepp Blatter said he and world football were in mourning at Mandelas passing and ordered that the 209 flags of its member countries at FIFA headquarters in Switzerland also be flown at half-staff. "It is in deep mourning that I pay my respects to an extraordinary person, probably one of the greatest humanists of our time and a dear friend of mine," Blatter said. From a cricket test in Australia to basketball games in the United States, and a golf tournament in the wilderness of South Africa, Mandela was remembered by players and fans across sport with moments of silence. A keen amateur boxer and runner in his youth, Mandela understood the intricacies of rugby, football and cricket, the most popular sports in his country, but even games and players the South African wouldnt have been familiar with were touched by him. "Nelson Mandela was one of the most powerful and inspirational leaders in the world and a great friend of the NBA," league commissioner David Stern said, "... and while we mourn his passing, we know that his legacy and quest for equality will endure." Sport was never far from Mandelas mind. He was there -- often the driving force -- when South Africa returned to the Olympic family, won rugbys World Cup, won footballs African Cup and earned the right to host FIFAs World Cup in 2010, the first in Africa. It was fitting that Mandelas last appearance for an adoring public was when he greeted fans in a packed stadium on the outskirts of Soweto ahead of the 2010 World Cup final. "When he was honoured and cheered by the crowd ... it was as a man of the people, a man of their hearts, and it was one of the most moving moments I have ever experienced," Blatter said. A string of Spains World Cup winners from that year and Portugals Cristiano Ronaldo all tweeted messages of condolence, with many including photographs of themselves with Mandela. Global superstars Woods and David Beckham both made a point of meeting him when they travelled to South Africa. Woods came out of his audience with a copy of the mans autobiography and Beckham was almost reverent in their 2003 meeting. "We have lost a true gentleman and a courageous human being," Beckham said on his Facebook page. "It was truly an honour to have known a man who had genuine love for so many people." South African golfer Ernie Els said that from around 1996 onwards Mandela would call him every time he won a tournament and they once exchanged gifts after Mandela visited him at a tournament near the ex-presidents Johannesburg home. "Ive still got that picture in my office in the U.S.," Els said. "He was just the most amazing person I have ever met." But Mandelas interest in sport wasnt just for the grand occasion and the photo opportunity. Recalling his first conversation with a still imprisoned Mandela in 1986 and away from the media spotlight, former Australian prime minister Malcolm Fraser said Mandelas first question was about cricket and the man regarded as that sports greatest player. "His first remark to me, after hello, was ... Mr. Fraser, is Donald Bradman still alive?" Fraser later brought him a bat signed by Bradman. Crickets finest batsman had written "in recognition of a great unfinished innings" for Mandela on the bat. What Mandela did at that 1995 Rugby World Cup final is one of sports defining moments and enshrined in the new South Africas conscience. By pulling on the green and gold jersey of the Springboks, the national team previously all-white and associated with the apartheid regime, Mandela signalled to all South Africans that they should unite. His presentation of the trophy to the Springboks blond captain Francois Pienaar provided a lasting image of reconciliation that politics just couldnt match. "It was our privilege to have lived in this country during his lifetime," South African Rugby Union president Oregan Hoskins said. After 1995, Mandela commonly referred to the team that had previously been boycotted abroad for its associations with apartheid as "my beloved Springboks." Current Springboks captain Jean de Villiers said: "His presence at a test match just lifted the crowd and energized the team -- it is actually hard to describe." Even for New Zealands losing rugby captain on that famous June day in 1995, Sean Fitzpatrick, Mandelas effect was too momentous not to appreciate. "Afterwards, when we were driving back to our hotel crying, to see the sheer enjoyment of everyone running down the streets ... black, white, colored, whatever they were, just arm in arm celebrating sport," Fitzpatrick said. "He saw the bigger picture." Shoes UK Online Cheap . Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. Tuukka Rask, Boston Bruins (5) – He had a brilliant game; it was a huge response for his average games before. Wholesale Shoes UK Free Shipping . The closer wasnt available. The road trip, a disaster to that point. https://www.shoesukonline.com/ . Scrivens stopped 48 shots and captain Andrew Ference scored in overtime as the Oilers pulled off a 4-3 upset of the Anaheim Ducks on Friday. Shoes UK From China . 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Greinke (9-3) threw a season-high 117 pitches over six innings, allowing a run and three hits with five strikeouts and two walks. "It was definitely a tough game," said Greinke, who tied St. Louis Adam Wainwright and Cincinnatis Alfredo Simon for the NL lead in wins. "It seemed like they had guys on base every inning. There were a lot of foul balls on two-strike counts where they just kept fighting it off. So it gets really tough." Ramirez, a three-time All-Star shortstop and the 2009 NL batting champion, left in the seventh with a bruised ring finger on his right hand after Corey Dickersons hard grounder to him deflected into short centre field for an RBI double that trimmed the Dodgers lead to 3-2. "That was a rocket -- kind of an in-between hop to Hanley," said Rockies manager Walt Weiss, who played 1,397 games at shortstop in the majors and 37 of them at Dodger Stadium. "Theres not much you can do there as a shortstop. You hope that you can smother it if it falls at your feet, but that ball was hit so hard, theres not a lot that Hanley could do on that one." X-rays on Ramirezs throwing hand were negative. "Thats great news for us. We obviously dodged a big bullet," catcher A.J. Ellis said. "Hanleys probably the biggest part of our lineup when were going right. He carried us last year, and I feel like hes getting close to that point where he can carry us again. Hes definitely one of the best bats in all of baseball, and well be happy to get him back whenever hes ready." Triunfel took over at shortstop and reliever J.P. Howell gave way to Brandon League. The Rockies loaded the bases, but League retired Wilin Rosario on a grounder to third. Triunfel provided an insurance run against Tommy Kahnle with a towering drive that landed in the lower seats in the left-field corner. Brian Wilson pitched a scoreless eighth and Kenley Jansen got three outs for his 20th save, the third straight season that the former catcher has reached that figure. Chacin (1-5) gave up three runs, seven hits and three walks in six iinnings.dddddddddddd The right-hander escaped a bases-loaded jam in the sixth when he retired pinch-hitter Justin Turner on a popup. "I knew he didnt want to come out of that game. I just went out there to check with him and make sure he was OK," Weiss said. "I wanted to let him try to get through that inning because he battled all night, so I felt he earned that. He stepped up and pitched his way through that inning." Eleven members of the Los Angeles Kings escorted the Stanley Cup to Dodger Stadium for a pregame ceremony, four days after they won their second NHL championship in three years. The Dodgers posed with them for a group photo, then showed off their own "power play" as Ramirez hit a two-run homer in the third and Kemp led off the fourth with his seventh of the season. Greinke also received some defensive help. Rookie third baseman Miguel Rojas robbed Dickerson in the third with a skidding, backhanded stop down the line. Right fielder Yasiel Puig took away a potential bloop single from Rosario in the fourth with a diving grab after a long run. Greinke got through the first unscathed after giving up one-out singles by Dickerson and Troy Tulowitzki. The Rockies loaded the bases with none out in the sixth, but all they got off Greinke was a sacrifice fly from Rosario. "Zack competed. They really battled him hard and he really grinded through some tough innings," Ellis said. "That was huge for us. That inning could have spiraled out of control and really depleted our bullpen." NOTES: Conn Smythe Trophy winner Justin Williams and his now clean-shaven Kings teammates took batting practice, fielded grounders and shagged flies. Each player threw a ceremonial first pitch simultaneously to a corresponding Dodger. After that, Kings defenceman Willie Mitchell carried the Cup over to the Rockies dugout, where he posed with Canadian-born 1B Justin Morneau. ... Rockies RHP Nick Masset began serving the three-game suspension he received from Major League Baseball on Tuesday for throwing at Atlanta catcher Evan Gattis last Thursday. Masset also was fined an undisclosed amount. ... The Dodgers signed their first-round draft pick, RHP Grant Holmes, the 22nd overall selection out of Conway High School in South Carolina. He got a $2.5 million signing bonus. ... Chacin was coming off a 10-3 victory against Atlanta in which he held the Braves to two hits over seven scoreless innings. ... 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phaseThree phase
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